MBTI Personality Type Theory

MBTI – Mistypes in Denial

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How we “identify” ourselves is primarily the ego (sense of self) constructing the ‘persona’ (projected image of self). As such it’s formed and influenced by all manner of conscious and subconscious compulsions. Our self-identity appeases and comforts our insecurities. It’s shaped by our aspirations, whether realistic or not. Our fears and traumas influence it greatly. […]

MBTI Personality Type Theory

MBTI Testing and Self-Identity Skew

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MBTI Testing and Self-Identity Skew MBTI self-testing without counselling/guidance is problematic. It’s very easy to let your self-identity sway your answers. Self-identity changes, whereas personality, in the MBTI/Jungian sense, does not. Self-identity is who we aspire to be. It’s how we choose see ourselves and how we want others to see us. For many reasons, […]

MBTI Personality Type Theory

How To Accurately Identify your MBTI Personality Type

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Cognitive Function Theory Links Tumblr – MBTI Type Basics Guide Tumblr – Cognitive Function Guide If You’re Confused About Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type, Read This: An Intro To Cognitive Functions by Heidi Priebe Personality Type Basics (Typology 101), By Dr. A.J. Drenth The 8 Functions (Typology 201), By Dr. A.J. Drenth The “Functional Stack” (Typology 301), […]